Eiffel Tower, Paris, France


What can you expect:

The Eiffel Tower has long been an icon of Paris and one of the first things that come to mind when people think of the city (even France). It is named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. It was designed for the Exposition Universelle, a world fair held in Paris in 1889. It is currently the most famous symbol of Paris.

If it’s your first time in Paris, going up the Eiffel Tower is a must. Visitors can choose to go up using the Tower lift or the stairs. However, before making your mind up on how you want to visit the monument, it is important to keep in mind that there are 1,665 steps to the top. If you take the stairs, you can only visit the second floor. Although the stairs admission ticket is cheaper, the difference is not worthwhile and we recommend taking the elevator. The best moment to enjoy the best views of Paris is early in the morning to avoid the lines or at dusk, when visitors will see Paris lit up.

For more information see the website below.
Eiffel Tower

Photographer: Spencer Davis
Photographer: Nextvoyage


Ticket with access lift
Second Floor:
Adult rate: € 16,70
Youth rate (aged 12-24): € 8,40
Child rate (aged 4-11): € 4,20
Disabled: € 4,20
Child under 4 rate: € Free

Ticket with access lift
The top:
Adult rate: € 26,10
Youth rate (aged 12-24): € 13,10
Child rate (aged 4-11): € 6,60
Disabled: € 6,60
Child under 4 rate: € Free

Ticket with access stairs
Second floor:
Adult rate: € 10,50
Youth rate (aged 12-24): € 5,20
Child rate (aged 4-11): € 2,60
Disabled: € 2,60
Child under 4 rate: € Free

Ticket with access stairs + lift
Second floor + the top:
Adult rate: € 19,90
Youth rate (aged 12-24): € 9,90
Child rate (aged 4-11): € 5,00
Disabled: € 5,00
Child under 4 rate: € Free

Opening hours:

Monday9am – 12:45pm
Tuesday9am – 12:45pm
Wednesday9am – 12:45pm
Thursday9am – 12:45pm
Friday9am – 12:45pm
Saturday9am – 12:45pm
Sunday9am – 12:45pm

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